Australia mulls interest rates cut

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Australia's central bank meets to decide on its monetary policy later.

The cost of borrowing currently stands at 3%, and some economists are expecting it to cut to a record low of 2.75% amid a pessimistic economic outlook.

From Sydney, Nick Bryant reports.

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